With former U.S. Ambassador Mark Hambley, who has served in fourteen different diplomatic positions including several in the Middle East. Hambley and Morris joined Carrie Saldo to discuss why the Arabian Peninsula, a relatively small area of the world, has such a geopolitical impact, and why the United States is involved in the region’s Yemeni Civil War.
Howard Grace and Amina Khalid, both from Initiatives of Change, talk with William Morris on Education, on world unity, and on religion.
Elisabeth Kendall of the Faculty of Oriental Studies at Oxford University talks on the situation in East Yemen, Poetry, and Al-Qa’ida
Hon Mark G Hambley, former US ambassador to Lebanon and Qatar, talks on Syria, Yemen and Egypt
Mr Charles Bennett, Director of the European Atlantic Group, discusses the role of nuclear weapons in the Indo-Pakistani arena, the situation in Somaliland and the ongoing war in Yemen.
The Hon Mark G Hambley, former US ambassador to Lebanon and Qatar, and former head of Media Outreach for the US State Department, speaks on Yemen’s Huthis, about the emergence of ISIS as a force, and about the Middle East Peace Process: